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New England Dragway Signs with VP
Official Fuel Program Extends through 2016
VP Racing Fuels today announced that New England Dragway, the region’s premiere drag racing facility and host to the NHRA Nationals in June, has signed a long term agreement for exclusive fuel supply at the Epping, New Hampshire facility.
“We're excited to extend our partnership with VP Racing Fuels through 2016,” said Joe Lombardo, NED Track Manager. “We strive to provide quality products for our customers and there is no doubt VP is the industry leader. We tell our customers that if you're looking for maximum performance then the only choice is VP.”
“Track Manager Joe Lombardo and his fellow board members, Paul Lorenti and Tommy Boucher, are a great bunch of guys who do a fantastic job,” said Jim Kelly, VP’s Eastern Regional Manager. “In partnership with the NHRA last year, their team presented a great race in front of a huge crowd. Racers and fans from the U.S. and Canada packed the place to be part of the region’s first NHRA National Event.”
“Going forward, I think you’ll see more and more people plan their summer vacations around this event and take in all the area has to offer,” Kelly added. “We appreciate being selected again by NED and are looking forward to fueling their weekly ET Series and special events for years to come.”
VP Racing Fuels is also the Official Fuel of NHRA Championship Drag Racing, Tudor United SportsCar Championship, the ACT Tour, Rally America and DIRTCar, along with Lebanon Valley Dragway, Atco Raceway, MIR, Cecil County, Thunder Road SpeedBowl, Lime Rock Park, Watkins Glen and Santa Pod Raceway in the UK, among many other series and tracks in North America and around the world.
Posted by on 29th April, 2014 | Comments | Trackbacks
Tags: nhra, drag racing, new england drag way, RACE TRACKS
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